ech Show. Allison, Jeff and Bryan bring you a jam packed episode including segments from an interview with the Be My Eyes Team, a demonstration on setting up your Amazon device with the new Follow Up feature. This allows you to ask another question within 5 seconds without invoking the A-word each time.
From England enlisting the Amazon device for reporting crimes to a new racing interface allowing Visually Impaired people to race competitively and a bit of the past with Bryan’s Blind Drift Challenge.
We cover a bit on the MoveIt app, CSUN and the Apple vs Android SmackDown. Microsoft’s new Soundscape app which allows for an Audio Map soundscape for points of interests and navigation.
And if that is not enough, we bring up the vibration settings you can personalize for members in your contacts and hopefully you make it to the end and find out why Australians are tuning Bryan out!
Here are some of the links mentioned in Episode 13 of That Blind Tech Show:
RAD is the new system to help the visually impaired play video games
RAD Racing Auditory Display
By John Biggs, TechCrunch